The exhibition “We Are Not Alone”: Legacies of Eugenics reviews with critical openness the impact of eugenics across time and space. It reveals how eugenics has influenced programmes of human betterment in different national and international contexts since the 1880s.
at the Critical Approaches to Romani Studies conference
ul. Kazimierza Wielkiego 31-33
400114, Cluj-Napoca, România
Bulevardul Ion C. Brătianu 2, București
London WC1B 5DP
It is therefore imperative to engage with the legacies of eugenics and to reclaim the academic, cultural and social spaces it occupied for so long. Guided by the aim of unveiling a hidden and tenebrous history, the exhibition therefore reorients the focus on anti-eugenics. To create the sense of togetherness, of acceptance and inclusion, together with the the ability to respond forcefully to any form of discrimination, requires that we confront our eugenic past and its tentacular personifications in the present.
Photographs from the exhibition
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A virtual display of the exhibition panels. Click each image to view full-screen.